Fascinated with Argentine history and culture, Veronica Moreno '12 will be headed south in spring 2013 to participate in the Fulbright Teaching Assistantship program, which involves spending at least 20 hours a week helping teach English language... More
It is a truism that research opportunities in science and math at the undergraduate level have the power to highly motivate students—and open doors to future career paths.
Simply take a look at the experience of a few of our recent graduates.... More
"Culture can be one of the most sensitive and private topics, but to share it is possibly one of the most rewarding things."
HOMETOWN: Kingston, Jamaica
MAJOR: English & Child Development
HONORS & AWARDS: 2011-2012 Keck... More
Seeking his third straight All-American honor in the 400 meter race at Saturday's NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships in La Crosse, Wisconsin, junior Poet Kevin Curbelo did one better, earning the NCAA Division III Mens 400... More
Whittier College has been awarded $50,000 from the Henry Luce Foundation to establish an exciting new program designed to explore economic development and environmental sustainability in China and its border regions.
The support from the Luce... More
The crowd at Whittier College’s Memorial Stadium erupted in cheers and beamed with admiration Friday morning when the College celebrated its 110th Commencement Ceremony.
Whittier Scholars Program major and Music minor Emily Baeza of Montebello, CA,... More
In a recent interview with the Jamaca Observer, singer and musician Kelissa McDonald '11 discussed the influence that living in Africa for three years has had on her artistic work.According to McDonald, her time in Ethiopia and Ghana was the... More
The Studio Arts Department held their annual end-of-the year juried exhibit of student works.
The guest judge John Espinoza, awarded first place to Brooke Showalter ‘15 - Fractured Instrument, oil on canvas; second prize to Camille Rice ’13 -... More
Villalobos Hall was filled to capacity on Friday night, as the College honored its many volunteer groups at the 3rd Annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. Fittingly held during National Volunteer Week--a brainchild of 1934 alumnus and U.S. President... More